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Rhodes Asks Rome for Calynda

Having somewhat recovered from their previous
The Rhodians ask for Calynda in Caria, and for the retention of private property in Caria and Lycia.
disaster, the Rhodians sent Cleagoras with ambassadors to Rome to ask that Calynda should be ceded to them, and to petition the Senate that those of their citizens who had properties in Lycia and Caria might be allowed to retain them as before.
A colossal statue of Rome.
They had also voted to raise a colossal statue of the Roman people, thirty cubits high, to be set up in the temple of Athene. . . .

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